Flower Turbines

Innovative Small Wind Turbines

Flower Turbines

Innovative Small Wind Turbines

Lawrence, NY
Business to Business
Flower Turbines has created sleek, innovative, and efficient small wind turbines—with the goal to make those turbines the foundation of a large global renewable energy company.


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Reasons to Invest

Recently raised $1M+ through our oversubscribed StartEngine campaign
Our small wind turbines increase productivity by 20-50% when positioned close together
Strong IP portfolio with 4 patents granted in multiple countries

“ Beauty combined with aerodynamic innovations that change the market for small wind.”

The Problem

Until now, the small wind sector of the renewable energy market has lagged beyond solar

We believe there are two major problems preventing the small wind sector from heading toward the trillion-dollar mark.

  1. Typically, low noise and high efficiency do not go together as most small wind solutions have to compromise on one of these two fronts.

  1. Small turbines cannot be placed close together without interfering with the wind flow. As a result, this makes them unusable for most areas where people live and work.

Additionally, there can be problems including the safety of birds, physical appearance, and cost-effectiveness of existing turbines. The aerodynamic interference of one turbine with another means they have to be widely spread, resulting in lower cost-effectiveness in settings where most people live and work.

Until now in our view, smaller wind turbines have not provided a viable solution.

The Solution

An entirely new type of small turbine

Flower Turbines has addressed the problems of the past with technology improvements. The turbines have less turbulence, more efficiency, and work together in a way that no one thought vertical axis drag-type turbines could. We are also disrupting the market by combining them with a beautiful design that makes people proud to own them.

Flower Turbines feature a cluster effect that causes one turbine to make its neighbor perform better. One turbine makes its neighbor perform 20-50% better at the right —enabling a better solution: slightly more cost-effective than solar in a windy area, but hugely more productive per square foot. 

This is a huge advantage for Flower Turbines in places where space is limited—close to people, buildings, and parking lots. And it accompanies solar beautifully, because using both together means energy during more of a daily and seasonal cycle, thereby saving on costly battery storage.

*This image is an example of one of our models.

The Market

Small turbines are projected to hit a CAGR of almost 10% over the next five years

Expected revenue from the small turbine sector is projected to reach $400M in 2024, growing 42.5% in just five years. This level of expedited growth is occurring without our product having entered the mass market.

We believe our technological improvements to small wind will eliminate some of the past barriers in the industry, allowing us to contribute to further market growth. With these changes, we think that small wind can grow on a similar trajectory as solar.

Additionally, Solar PV experienced large growth while being in the public domain. But only Flower Turbines can produce a Tulip thanks to our Intellectual Property.

Bloomberg predicts that wind and solar will power half the world's grid by 2050 and receive $9 trillion of investment. We hope Flower Turbines will be part of that. Additionally, Flower Turbines is entering the exciting market of electric charging, one of the top trends in clean tech.

Our Traction

Our "cluster effect" has demonstrated success

In our decade of development we have had success in pitching our design and product to investors and accelerators all over — we were one of the 3% chosen to participate in Dreamit Venture's first Urbantech Accelerator, we were among the winners of the US-China Innovation Forum contest, and were chosen by PortXL Rotterdam as one of the 20 companies out of 1000 for investment. 

We have demonstrated the successful execution of the benefits of our ‘cluster effect’ and recently started the manufacturing. In addition to this, our achievements speak for the power of our technology.

  • Won an innovation loan from Rabobank, a vote of confidence from a top bank in Europe

  • Acquired and developed a product line of wind-powered electric bike charging stations

  • Set up a manufacturing supply chain close to our entry market for the EU

  • Won a national competition in the Netherlands, whereby a city is paid to buy one of our turbines

  • Chosen as one of the top 45 inventions in the history of Israel (the technology was developed there before incorporation in the US)

  • Set up our own small wind tunnel and research facility at RDM, Rotterdam

  • Won contracts and a tender in the Netherlands.

What We Do

Building a great global wind technology company

The last round of funding enabled us to develop our team and high-quality supply chain in the EU, with mostly Dutch manufacturing. With more sales confirmed and in process, we are even in the planning process to showcase sustainability for Eurovision, which is in Rotterdam this year. With this next round of funding, we’ll be concentrating on expansion particularly in the NorthEast region of the US.

We’re excited to announce that Flower Turbines is now in the market of electric vehicle on-grid and off-grid charging for bikes and devices with our acquisition of a company's product line. We see this as one of our large future markets in addition to selling the turbines for grid electricity. We bought a product line that had already been reporting sales. We’ll be using our turbines for these charging stations and bringing them to North America soon!

We also believe in our part in saving the planet by creating technological improvements that will make our products useful choices. Our goal is to provide 5% of electric power in most major markets within 20 years. 

*Images are computer generated demo versions. Product is still currently under development.

The Business Model

Creating the future of small wind farms

Our technology enables a new model in small wind. The fact that we can cluster the turbines means a small wind farm sales model, which is cheaper for the customer. Now a mall or school building can have 100 turbines on their roofs or in their parking lots—the same on a lesser scale with residences. 

As Flower Turbines grows, it will sell not just turbines, but also electricity. We believe, from our own assessment, the US commercial market alone is a total potential market of $225 billion and the residential market is another total potential market of $50 billion.

We have also diversified our revenue generation through our recent acquisition of an electric bicycle charging product line. We recently finalized this acquisition and are in the process of merging it into our existing business.

*Images are computer generated demo versions.

How We Are Different

We make small wind turbines with a mass production and installation model

An indication of the efficiency of our Flower Turbines are that they are able to begin generating electricity at a wind speed of just 1.2 m/s (industry standard is 3 m/s).  This conclusion is based on testing data in a low wind environment.

If you were to place our turbines next to the average competitor with 3 m/s wind, the Tulip will already be producing 30 Watts of electricity as the competition is first beginning to rotate.

Our ‘cluster effect’ is also one of our key advantages, as it allows us to scale wind farms and enter urban markets with tight spaces. 

The carefully crafted design of the Tulip is so aerodynamically efficient, it is actually able to take the wind entering the turbine, reverse its’ direction and point toward the second blade at a higher speed than the initial wind outside.

In these illustrations below, red is highest velocity, blue is lowest, wind comes from the left, and this is a horizontal slice through the middle of the turbine with the shaft in the middle. Note that as the wind enters the turbine and reverses direction in order to hit the second blade as well (call it two for the price of one!), the illustration reaches “red” speed in the middle. The higher the effective speed when the wind hits the blades, the more energy the turbine produces.

Pictured below is Dr. Farb at a contract signing after Flower Turbines won a tender from a city in the Netherlands 

*This video contains images of a working demo model of our product.

The Vision

Building a Great Company With Environmental Responsibility

We believe in our part in saving the planet, not by asking for subsidies, but by creating technological improvements that will make our products useful choices. Our goal is to provide 5% of electric power in most major markets within 20 years. That is a significant goal and a significant impact on the planet.

Fulfilling our business plan requires an up-front investment, but we believe that the quality of our products and demand for more will result in potential growth once people become acquainted with first installations.

*Images are computer generated demo versions.

Our Team

Veterans of renewable energy and project management devoted to changing the landscape of clean energy

Our founder and CEO, Dr. Daniel Farb, has degrees in business, science, and literature. He won awards for renewable energy technology and is completely focused on the success of Flower Turbines. 

Working under Dr. Farb is a team of project managers, professors, and engineers with decades of expertise in design, startups, wind energy, electronics, and sustainability.

Why Invest

Help change the landscape of sustainability forever

Our first $1 million enabled Flower Turbines to expand patents and engineering and begin with manufacturing several sizes and versions, to expand its product line to the fast-growing segment of electric vehicle charging, and to develop a critical team mass in the European market. With your help, this second funding round will allow us to move into profitable operations, fulfill initial contracts, and develop a critical mass in the US market.


Intellectual Property Listing

One of the advantages of investing in Flower Turbines is a strong protective portfolio in multiple countries. All is owned, assigned, or licensed to Flower Turbines.



Title: 2-Bladed Vertical Axis Turbines

EU: 10780138.3, granted, entered in:

- Switzerland/Liechtenstein
- Germany
- France
- Great Britain
- Ireland
- Italy

Australia: 2010252559, granted as 2010252559

India: 9614/CHENP/2011

US: 13/322,578, granted as 9,255,567

Israel: 216596, granted as 216596

Canada: granted as 2,800,765



US: 14/232,629, granted as US20140167414

China: 201280034861.0, granted as CN103649530B

Japan: 2014-519681


Title: Vertical Axis Turbine Clustering

US: 15/310,770, granted as 10330086

EU: 15796413.1

China: 201580026019.6, granted as 2019052700130810

 Brazil: 112016026981-0



US: 16324720

China: 201780055226.3

PCT IL2019/051172

Title: Savonius Wind Turbine Ratios, not yet in national phase in PCT countries

In national phase in Argentina: P190103382

Flower Turbines: US serial number: 86328894, EU: 018027912
Turquoise/green flower turbines logo—granted in US, Serial #number 86329027, in EU: granted as 018028119
Flower Power, US serial number: 86349230
Bitulip: U.S. serial number: 86349235
Tritulip: U.S. serial number: 86349236)
Tulip Power: EU: 018180058, US: 88773467
Wind Tulip: EU, 018028120

Charge To Go: US, 88800033

All small vertical axis wind turbine components of “Eco-Art”, granted with registration number VAu-1-311-252
Metallic Tulip straight middle, curved outer edge, granted with registration number VAu 1-377-424
Vertically symmetrical Tulip Turbine, granted with registration number VAu 1-377-423

Wind Tulip on a charging pole: submitted February, 2020

In the Press

Flower Turbines on Dutch TV
December 22, 2019

The TV channel loved the Wind Tulips.

Online Interview with Devin Thorpe
September 18, 2018

Devin Thorpe of Good Crowd and Your Mark on the World Show interviews Dr. Daniel Farb about small wind turbines:

Tulips chosen as one of Israel's Top Technologies
September 26, 2011

See company 10, a company that led to Flower Turbines.

Offering Summary



Flower Turbines, Inc.

Corporate Address


240 Central Ave., # 1J, Lawrence, NY 11559

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Voting Proxy. Each Subscriber shall appoint the Chief Executive Officer of the Company (the “CEO”), or his or her successor, as the Subscriber’s true and lawful proxy and attorney, with the power to act alone and with full power of substitution, to, consistent with this instrument and on behalf of the Subscriber, (i) vote all Securities, (ii) give and receive notices and communications, (iii) execute any instrument or document that the CEO determines is necessary or appropriate in the exercise of its authority under this instrument, and (iv) take all actions necessary or appropriate in the judgment of the CEO for the accomplishment of the foregoing. The proxy and power granted by the Subscriber pursuant to this Section are coupled with an interest. Such proxy and power will be irrevocable. The proxy and power, so long as the Subscriber is an individual, will survive the death, incompetency and disability of the Subscriber and, so long as the Subscriber is an entity, will survive the merger or reorganization of the Subscriber or any other entity holding the Securities. However, the Proxy will terminate upon the closing of a firm-commitment underwritten public offering pursuant to an effective registration statement under the Securities Act of 1933 covering the offer and sale of Common Stock or the effectiveness of a registration statement under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 covering the Common Stock.

Investments Incentives & Perks*


Friends and Family Early Birds

Invest within the first 48 hours and receive an additional 15% bonus shares

Early Bird Bonus

Invest within the first two weeks and receive an additional 5% bonus shares

Amount based: 

Investor Webinars


Invest $2,500+ and receive access to our quarterly investor webinars where we will discuss current and future initiatives for Flower Turbines. 

Factory Tour


Invest $5,000+ and you will be put in a drawing for round-trip tickets for two to the Netherlands, where you will have the opportunity to tour our office and factory partners. Economy tickets during non-peak season.

*All bonuses and perks occur after the offering is completed. Maximum Number of Shares Offered subject to adjustment for bonus shares. See bonus information below.

The 10% Bonus for StartEngine Shareholders

Flower Turbines, Inc. will offer 10% additional bonus shares for all investments that are committed by investors that are eligible for the StartEngine Crowdfunding Inc. OWNer's bonus.

This means eligible StartEngine shareholders will receive a 10% bonus for any shares they purchase in this offering. For example, if you buy 100 shares of Common Stock at $30.00 per share, you will receive 110 shares of Common Stock, meaning you'll own 110 shares for $3,000.00. Fractional shares will not be distributed and share bonuses will be determined by rounding down to the nearest whole share.

This 10% Bonus is only valid during the investors eligibility period. Investors eligible for this bonus will also have priority if they are on a waitlist to invest and the company surpasses its maximum funding goal. They will have the first opportunity to invest should room in the offering become available if prior investments are either cancelled or fail.

Investors will only receive a single bonus, which will be the highest bonus rate they are eligible for.

Irregular Use of Proceeds

We will not incur any irregular use of proceeds.

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Most recent fiscal year-end:
Prior fiscal year-end:
Total Assets
$386,381.00 USD
$113,278.00 USD
Cash And Cash Equivalents
$266,596.00 USD
$74,764.00 USD
Accounts Receivable
$0.00 USD
$0.00 USD
Short Term Debt
$38,117.00 USD
$10,346.00 USD
Long Term Debt
$56,135.00 USD
$0.00 USD
Revenues And Sales
$0.00 USD
$0.00 USD
Costs Of Goods Sold
$0.00 USD
$0.00 USD
Taxes Paid
$0.00 USD
$0.00 USD
Net Income
-$547,070.00 USD
-$133,583.00 USD


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Video of cutting our 1 meter high turbine blades from the mold

21 hours ago

This is also our new default color for this size.


About turbine recycling, for your interest

2 days ago

I am sometimes asked about recycling the turbines at the end of their lives. So the metal is no problem, always done. The question is the fiberglass. Here are some excerpts from a newsletter from WindEurope, where they are a bit more advanced in this respect. The simple answer, in relation to the large wind turbine blades, is recycling in cement:

"Composite materials are being recycled today through cement co-processing, where the mineral components are reused in the cement, and the organic fraction replaces coal as a fuel. Through that process, the CO2 output of the cement manufacturing process can be significantly reduced (up to 16 % reduction is possible if composites represent 75 % of cement raw materials). Cement co-processing is commercially available for processing large volumes of waste (albeit not in all geographies).

"Besides recycling through cement co-processing, alternative technologies like mechanical recycling, solvolysis and pyrolysis are being developed, ultimately providing the industry with additional solutions for end-of-life."

We are advancing in a contest for the "Most Fundable Companies"

3 days ago

Today, Flower Turbines advanced to the quarter-finals of a competition run by Pepperdine University's Business School for the most fundable companies in 2020.

More on creating our own supply chain

7 days ago

One of our expansion plans is not just externally for sales of a suite of products but also internally to have specific electronics designs that match our specific needs more closely. We are involved right now in investigating contractors, subject matter experts, and suppliers, one of them in the US, to make our own brands or working with others to customize their existing products for turbine motors and charge controllers.

Photos of shaft assembly of 3 meter high turbine

8 days ago

These are on the way to the factory with the fiberglass blades

Notice of Funds Disbursement

9 days ago

[The following is an automated notice from the StartEngine team].


As you might know, Flower Turbines has exceeded its minimum funding goal. When a company reaches its minimum on StartEngine, it's about to begin withdrawing funds. If you invested in Flower Turbines be on the lookout for an email that describes more about the disbursement process.

This campaign will continue to accept investments until its indicated closing date.

Thanks for funding the future.


More sales on the way

10 days ago

Our northern European market penetration is increasing in spite of the corona. slowdown. We just received another order from Germany, where several companies are reselling our charging poles. We just got payment on one of our orders in the Netherlands. It shows that providing quality and sustainable products is sustainable. Frankly, we are overwhelmed by the interest in our products.

Today I'm attending a virtual conference from Israel on electric vehicles, and making lots of contacts, mostly in Israel and the EU, but also a few from the US. Our goal is to be one of the infrastructure providers in this fast-growing industry.

New Provisional Patent Filed Today

15 days ago

This filing is relevant mostly to the 1 meter turbine, how to attach the blades to the shaft. I don't like to give details until we file the full patent, but let me show you the problem we address. The following photo shows a "Brand X" turbine. They try to attach a curved blade (1) to the central shaft using a rod in a hole in the blade with a flat washer and nut (2). The result is folds in the blades (3) that destroy the blades within a few years. Believe it or not, this brand is often bought by other companies and re-branded as their own! So our patent addresses solutions to this problem, one of which is implemented in our upcoming 1 meter turbine version. The value of this is that it prevents companies from copying one more competitive advantage of our smallest model. And it distinguishes our company as being higher quality. I'm sure you all can understand easily how this would make sense to you as a customer.

Notice of Funds Disbursement

21 days ago

[The following is an automated notice from the StartEngine team].


As you might know, Flower Turbines has exceeded its minimum funding goal. When a company reaches its minimum on StartEngine, it's about to begin withdrawing funds. If you invested in Flower Turbines be on the lookout for an email that describes more about the disbursement process.

This campaign will continue to accept investments until its indicated closing date.

Thanks for funding the future.


delivery of on grid charging poles

21 days ago

Here are pictures of our latest set of grid-connected (That is why there is no turbine on top; note the business case: We can provide off-grid with turbines where needed or the electricity price is high, and we can also make sales with our on-grid product without turbines where the electricity cost is low) charging poles delivered to our EU daughter company headquarters.

Photo of large size turbine blade removed from the mold

28 days ago

notice to investors

30 days ago

We will be unable to meet our April 29, 2020, annual report filing requirements for securities sold pursuant to Regulation CF as a result of delays from Coronavirus. As such, we intend to rely on the temporary relief being provided by the Securities and Exchange Commission. We will continue to use our best efforts to comply with our ongoing reporting obligations.

more sales in process

about 1 month ago

We just sent out an invoice for over 10,000 Euros for charging stations for a golf course.

InvestorPlace article mentions Flower Turbines

about 1 month ago

"These Are Some of the Best Startups to Invest In on StartEngine." Flower Turbines was one of three.

another small order today

about 1 month ago

A few small charging poles in the Netherlands. Sending out a formal bill shortly.

As expected, the charging pole product line is adding sales faster than traditional turbine sales, at least for now.

We started a proposal this week for adding bicycle charging to a university in the US through an executive there. Don't expect immediate results! But we are on the way.

Notice of Material Change in Offering

about 1 month ago

[The following is an automated notice from the StartEngine team].

Hello! Recently, a change was made to the Flower Turbines offering. Here's an excerpt describing the specifics of the change:

Issuer provided updated financials, increased their maximum raise amount, and extended their campaign.

When live offerings undergo changes like these on StartEngine, the SEC requires that certain investments be reconfirmed. If your investment requires reconfirmation, you will be contacted by StartEngine via email with further instructions.

Does corona affect us?

about 1 month ago

Some people are asking that question. The answer is that it is definitely slowing down progress in the US as it prevents in-person and on-site meetings and there is an economic shock from strict closures. In the Netherlands, however, the location of most of our current activity, the rules are much more reasonable, and business is going on, so we are continuing to make progress with both manufacturing and customers. The only specific delay is that we were contacted by a major company about wind turbines for its Belgian headquarters, but Belgium is under strict closure, so we can't meet with them yet.

Another step in manufacturing coming together

about 1 month ago

Part of the shaft for the 3 meter high turbine (enough parts for 5 shafts):

Partially assembled:

Video of 1 meter turbine in our wind tunnel at 3-4 meters per second

about 1 month ago


Two photos of more progress

about 1 month ago

A customer in the Netherlands wants a group of 3 meter high turbines with red blades, so here they are coming off production.

Next photo: Assembled the 1 meter turbine blades, seen here in our wind tunnel next to our 3 meter demo version, and mounted on a generator. We are planning on testing of associated electronics over the next week.

Notice of Funds Disbursement

about 1 month ago

[The following is an automated notice from the StartEngine team].


As you might know, Flower Turbines has exceeded its minimum funding goal. When a company reaches its minimum on StartEngine, it's about to begin withdrawing funds. If you invested in Flower Turbines be on the lookout for an email that describes more about the disbursement process.

This campaign will continue to accept investments until its indicated closing date.

Thanks for funding the future.


Another article on why our product line of bike charging is hot

about 1 month ago

Accounting firm Deloitte says 300 million electric bikes will be out on the world's roads by 2023, which is 50 percent more than today. Click here for the article.

It's good to be a player in a rapidly expanding market. Our chargers can be an important support of that market.

introduction to our latest team member

about 2 months ago

Michael Rubino is in charge of developing our sales in Long Island, a good potential market.

And guess where our latest order is....

about 2 months ago

A cemetery! No, it's not to recharge broomsticks on Halloween. A company is ordering 5000 Euros of charging poles so that when people visit, it's more ecological and less expensive to come on an electric bike instead of a long black limousine. And the bikes don't jam up the parking space. You might say Flower Turbines is bringing a new market to life.

an interesting article on wind and solar in the current crisis

about 2 months ago

I saw this in Wind Energy Smart Brief, sent to members of the American Wind Energy Association: 

Many utilities are prioritizing low-cost wind and solar generation over fossil fuels to meet electrical demand during the coronavirus, exacerbating the financial challenge faced by oil, gas and coal companies, writes Ivan Penn, citing the views of analysts at Raymond James & Associates. Renewables are expected to account for 20.7% of US electrical generation in 2020 and 20% through 2022, according to Raymond James.

 Full Story: The New York Times (tiered subscription model)

Some of our US plans

about 2 months ago

I've been writing a lot about our success in the EU, and you are probably wondering about the US. So the US is next on our business development list. The US is behind Europe now in making the transition to clean energy, but we see increasing interest in it in some areas of the US. My plan is to concentrate on building regional sales teams in a few key areas, just as it was successful in the Netherlands. One is downstate NY and the Northeast. I just hired part-time a salesperson knowledgeable in the energy space to concentrate on Long Island. I'm also trying to work on downstate NY with some partners, including one of you, and also with a solar company in the lower NY area. I'm also interviewing potential partners in some other key areas of the US.

Here is a wind map of New York,  whose generally good wind speeds shows why the strategy of starting on the downstate area, where electricity costs are also high, makes sense.

More progress in the Netherlands subsidiary as our team grows there

about 2 months ago

At our hub for expanding in Europe, we had another really good week. This article in a major Dutch paper (note the local pride in the article which could have used some corrections) set off a flurry of calls about potential purchases that are getting into our pipeline. In addition to proceeding with existing contracts, here is an idea of what is going on (we can't give specific names yet)--with thanks to our team there, which has reached a critical mass with a set of different office and computer skills, project management, electrical engineering, and sales.

A big building company

A large food factory

A company that is going to build a new energy-neutral factory and wants our wind turbines and solar to generate their power

A group of 25 houses that want our 1 meter turbines on their roofs

Several quotes from electrical installation companies and also from an electricity company for our charging poles

A municipality in the north of the Netherlands that wants to make their city buildings sustainable 

A co-development of another charging product and market

A request to meet with a well-known multinational corporation's site in Belgium

a nice piece of publicity in the Netherlands; we are moving forward

about 2 months ago

If necessary, right click for the browser to translate into English.


about use of funds in challenging times

about 2 months ago

Aside from some operational and supplier commitments, a major use of the funds recently raised will be to give current and recent employees (1 recently added in the US--more on this in coming weeks) the assurance that we can cover their employment for the medium term. So thanks to those who have invested and thereby enabled us to give as much of a sense of security as a startup can give its employees in a time when many are losing their jobs. And, by the way, it of course helps your investment because we generate a team spirit by sticking by our people.

Latest development: 6 meter turbine mold ready for producing blades

2 months ago

Behind the scenes manufacturing gallery

2 months ago

Our manufacturing is moving ahead, and we are proud to be associated with respected, quality companies in the Netherlands. Here are glimpses of the behind the scenes work on our products.

(The following shot shows an idea of how the electronics are assembled, but is not exactly the way ours are done.)

One of our big successes since the last campaign closed

2 months ago

One of our big successes in late 2019/early 2020 was acquiring a charging product line at a large discount. This enhances our customer reach and helps make us a bigger player in the renewable energy space. So we will offer not just wind-powered bike/scooter charging stations, but many other types of stations. Here are pictures of our new product line, Tulip Power. The first picture shows Roy holding up the certificate for winning the Dutch government energy award in 2019.

Here is Diego sitting on our solar charging bench and recharging his cell phone.

The next picture is one of our on-grid charging poles.

An off-grid solar charging pole:

Flower Turbines is Back with Early Investor Bonus!

2 months ago

Greetings to our followers and former investors, who have helped us reach the point of success we are enjoying now. It’s your contributions that have helped us file more patents, do more engineering, and acquire a related, already successful, European business of electrical bike charging. We are aiming for global success and want to keep growing as fast as we can. That is why we have a special time based bonus. We are offering 15% bonus shares to those who invest during the first 48 hours of our campaign. 

We want to give those of you who may have been disappointed by missing the last round a chance to come in quickly under better conditions than the standard ones we are offering throughout this campaign.

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